Weekly Review of Developments 18/11/2022

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 18 November 2022
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Issues covered: Discrimination & Equality; Family Friendly Rights; Wellbeing; Quiet Quitting

To Infinity and Beyond – as one rocket takes off another pledges to make America great again!  Meanwhile on planet earth, here’s what made the headlines this week….

This week's top 5:

  1. Income Tax Rises are part of the Chancellor's Autumn Statement 
  2. More Male Office Workers Cite Better Work-life Balance Working from Home than Women
  3. What is the Median Monthly Pay for NI employees?
  4. Footie Fans Could be Sacked for Pulling a Sickie to Watch the World Cup
  5. 1 in 9 Mothers Feel Forced by their Employer to Leave their Job While on or Returning from Maternity Leave

And in other news...............we've selected this great video to mark International Men’s Day on 19th of November, which

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